Saturday, March 10, 2012

Hippety Hoppy Hoppers' Hop!




Welcome to the Hoppers' Easter Treat Blog Hop!  Today I've created a Bunny and Carrot Box.  This idea came from a tutorial that Sarah Wills featured on her blog last spring.  I loved the idea, but was too busy last year to make one.  But I made sure to allow plenty of time this year.

I used the Simply Scored (a must-have!) to make this box.  I was amazed at how quickly it all came together using Sticky Strip.  The sentiment is from the Delightful Dozen stamp set.  Love that set!
I bought the Lindt chocolate carrots at CVS pharmacy.  (I also saw them at Walmart.)  They come in a pack of four.  I actually had to go buy another box of carrots since my kids ate the first ones, LOL!
Stamps: Delightful Dozen
Paper: Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White, Pretty in Pink
Ink: Soft Suede, Pretty in Pink
Accessories: Simply Scored, various punches, Sticky Strip, glue dots, Stampin' Dimensionals, So Saffron grosgrain ribbon (retired SAB)

Now hop on over to the Michelle Clarke's blog to see what other great Easter ideas there are out there...

Here is the list of other blog participants:





Happy Stamping!

Susan

21 comments:

Elaine Uhl said...

Oh my! Isn't he just adorable?! Love the punch art, Susan. :)

rubbernink.com said...

my goodness, isn't that the cutest Easter project? Love the way you wrapped the "leaves" !! a bunny with personality! Love it! :-D

Stampin' Up Demonstrator said...

What a clever idea. I love it.

Deana said...

This is soooo cute! I love it!

lisa808 said...

Cute punch art bunny.

Sarah said...

what an adorable project. the carrots are just the perfect touch!

Sharon said...

This is so cute Susan. Great use of punches to make the bunny.

claudia said...

What a cute Basket idea. Love the bunny!!!'I used to give my girls that candy every year.
Thanks for sharing!!
Claudia

Dale Morin said...

How cute! Love that bunny.

bensarmom said...

Susan, this is just darling! It's amazing what our punches can do isn't it?
Sue

Texas Howdy said...

Love that rabbit and use of the punches on him/her. great work.

RoStamps4Fun said...

So adorable...wow...what a nice way to end this hoppity hop tour ...love it!!!!
Have a wonderful day!!! hugs..Ro

Cristin Bell said...

That is really creative. I can't believe you made all that with punches!

bellcs@etcmail.com

Diane said...

Hey Susan, Just got the email that my comment didn't want to stick :) I can't believe that I haven't had a minute until tonight to actually make the round. Was at a My Digital Studio training all day yesterday and stamp club today.

Love your bunny and basket! And what could be better then chocolate carrots...except maybe caramel eggs. :)

Diane said...

Hey Susan, Just received your email that my comment didn't seem to stick. :) Can't believe I am just now available to make the round. I was at an all day My Digital Studio training yesterday and club today.

Your bunny and basket are really cute! What could be better then a chocolate carrot...except maybe a caramel egg. :)

carpediem said...

what a great Easter project! so many lovely ideas on this blog hop! thanks so much! laura j

Joyce C said...

Loved the bunny! I am inpired by the punch art. Thanks for sharing.

Bet said...

loved the card and the carrot.
bet

bbsox55 said...

Love this project. Thanks for sharing.

Gwen said...

Bunnies and chocolate - YUM!

Kim said...

What a cute little box. I love the punches that are turned into little animals..... good job.